At Marvel, they believe that confining refrigeration to the kitchen is like keeping a fine wine bottled forever. Your lifestyle simply demands more: more choices, more elegance, more quality. That's why they are proud to offer the industry's finest line of luxury undercounter refrigeration products, which free you to design refrigeration into any room. So, like a fine bottle of wine, open up and savor the features, quality and design Marvel pours into every product. Available at AJ Madison.
Outdoor Beverage Refrigerator Model 6OARM
The auto-defrosting 6OARM includes two tempered glass shelves which are perfect for storing marinating meats, side dishes, and beverages; while the door-mounted shelves add additional room for condiments, marinades, and mixers. Both the cabinet and the door are crafted of beautiful and rugged stainless steel.
This refrigerator uses 338 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $37.48.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh.
For more information, visit www.ftc.gov/appliances.
33 to 52 °F
Dimensions and Weight
6.1 cu. ft. Capacity
Self Closing Door
Exclusive MicroSentry Refrigeration Monitor
- Operates in real time to actively maintain optimal preservation conditions
Enhanced Microprocessor Technology Provides Superior Temperature Control
- Delivers fast cool-down, superior temperature control and longevity
High Efficiency Fan Motor Lasts Virtually a Lifetime
Commercial Condenser Design Delivers More Air Flow
Weather Resistant Materials and Special Safety Features
Professional Style Full-Length Stainless Steel Door Handle
UL Listed Suitable for Outdoor Use
304 Stainless Steel Exterior Sides, Top and Full Wrap Door
- Superior corrosion and impact resistance
May also be used for indoor applications
2 Removable Tempered Glass Shelves
3 Door Shelves
Automatic Interior Light
Temperature Range: 33 to 52 °F
Full Auto Defrost
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